State-of-the art indoor range
Welcome to On Target Indoor Firing Range, Inc.
The On Target Indoor Firing Range is the largest indoor range in Central Arkansas where Mom, Dad and the kids come to have a good time learning and improving their shooting skills.
- Target Practice
- Splatter Targets
- Concealed Handgun Class
- CHL Renewal
- Women Gun Safety
- Personal & Group Instruction
- Indoor Paintball
- Tactical Training
- Bulls Eye Competition
- FFL License
We have a 7 position state of the art indoor range just West of Hot Springs, only 15 minutes from the center of town. The range is climate controlled for your comfort and is equipped with the Super Trap Bullet Containment System and the Caswell electric target retrieval system. Both handgun shooters and Hunters find the facilities at On Target ideal for their needs. Other nearby places of interest include The Mid-America Science Museum, National Park Community College, Lakes Hamilton and Ouachita.
Honing handgun skills
The firing Line at On Target is modern and spacious. All types of firearms can be shot at the range.
The range will accommodate a wide variety of firearms we do ask that if you want to practice with an automatic (Class 3) gun, please bring any required licenses with you for the guns.
The range has 7 firing positions with a maximum range of 25 yards. Each firing position has electric target trolleys with ranges marked for 7yd.,10yd.,15yd., and 25yd. Both pistol and rifle shooters find the range ideal for practice in the fundamentals with their specific gun.
Hunters find the range especially useful for sighting in their rifles and shotguns out of the elements and after dark.
1225 Blacksnake Rd.
Hot Springs, Ar. 71913
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David D. Vann
Owner/Founder of On Target Indoor Firing Range
A former photographer who was very passionate about “shooting,” whether it was with a camera or a shot gun. Most of all, he loved helping people learn to aim higher.
He opened and operated the Range with enthusiasm until his passing in November 2011